News: Globe (5 Aug 1971)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Lemke, Wegner, Marg, Marhefke, Seelow, Kramer, Schoenherr, Landgraf, Weast, Dux, Thoma, Grap, Mitte, Lueck, Kottke, Kuenkel, Mech, Kalsow, Oldham, Hagedorn

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 8/05/1971

Globe (5 August 1971)

Mrs. Robert Lemke of Greenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wegner and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marg of Neillsville visited friends at Hay Creek Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. Ralph Marhefke, Mark, Jeff and Sara of Oshkosh, spent from Wednesday until Saturday last week at the Russell Seelow home. They returned to Oshkosh taking Delilah and Mike Seelow along for a week’s visit.

Mrs. Tillie Kramer returned to her home at Hales Corners Sunday afternoon after spending a week with her sister, Mrs. Hedwig Schoenherr, and other relatives and friends.

Mrs. Leona Landgraf visited Mr. and Mrs. William Weast in Neillsville Friday evening.

Mr and Mrs. Louis Dux and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Thoma and their families were supper guests Sunday of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dux.

Mrs. Tillie Kramer and Mrs. Hedwig Schoenherr visited Mrs. Martha Grap Saturday afternoon and were her supper guests. They spent the evening at the Harold Mitte home. William Lueck also spent the evening there.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kottke of Milwaukee came Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kuenkel and son for a few days. They returned home Wednesday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mech of Neillsville visited Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kalsow and fmily Sunday evening.

Mrs. Leona Landgraf and Mrs. Hedwig Schoenherr called on Mr. and Mrs. Lebrecht Kalsow Sunday afternoon and had supper with them.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Seelow and son, David, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Marhefke. Delilah and Mike returned home with them Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Oldham of Ohio attended the Hagedorn-Oldham wedding Saturday and were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kalsow. They returned home Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Hans Kalsow visited his aunt, Mrs. Martha Grap Sunday evening.



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